They sent him home just minutes after he posted on Twitter asking his followers: 'If women can wear skirts/dresses at work can I wear smart shorts like so?
'But rather than changing into a stuffy suit, the call centre worker decided to don a bright pink dress as a 'protest' against the rules.
Some of us made a conscious decision to enter this line of work and some of us just 'fell into it'.
is run by women with a wealth of experience to share with others.
Predicting that he'd be sent home again, Joey posted a chic selfie to Twitter, racking up dozens of likes and retweets.
Instead his act of defiance sparked a change in the rules - with bosses sending out an email allowing 'gentlemen in the office' to wear three-quarter length shorts in 'black, navy or beige only'.
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It is believed his leave to remain in the country expired in 1999 but he has been working and paying taxes since then without encountering any problems.
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